Ramen in a light chicken broth, topped with rare pork fillet
Tsurumusha is six minutes’ walk from Saiin station on the Hankyu line.
The restaurant’s specialty is wholesome chicken broth ramen made using no chemical flavorings. This chicken broth is boiled for a long time, resulting in a lovely thickness and cloudy color. Tsurumusha’s soup is unlike ordinary chicken broth; the rich flavor of the chicken is preserved and the broth has a smooth, seafood-like taste almost like pescatore.
One of the first things you’ll notice about Tsurumusha’s ramen is the brightly colored rare-cooked pork fillet. Lean shoulder roast is cooked thoroughly in a low-temperature oven, so the fillet is meaty but not oily, so you can enjoy the unadulterated flavor of the meat. Of course, the roasted pork fillet and the soup pair excellently.
After opening its doors in 2012, the restaurant’s combination of delicious soup and an attention-drawing storefront soon caused a quite a stir, garnering popularity to take a seat as one of the most popular restaurants in the downtown area. While the restaurant draws a range of customers, it is particularly popular among women. As there is an English menu, tourists can drop by for a meal with peace of mind.